We are the UK’s leading company for tracing people. Tracing people is an art, and here at Alpha 1 Legal Services we believe we have mastered it. We have been highly successful in tracing people such as missing people, debtors, lost relatives & heirs to name but a few.
Alpha 1 Legal Services tracing agents utilise databases that are all legally obtainable for the purposes of tracing missing people. We also use our network of agents worldwide, to help in tracing people, find a person, trace a relative or trace a debtor that you are interested in. We also use such methods as social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr etc etc). If they can be found, rest assured we at Alpha 1 Legal Services tracing agents will trace them and serve legal papers on them, if that is required.
How do private investigators track people down?
In most cases when looking for people, it is possible to get a positive result from very little information. That being said, the more information you can provide at the outset the better our chances are of finding the person you are looking for. As a minimum, it is advantageous to have the following information to assist us:
- Full Name (including any middles name or aliases)
- Date of Birth
- Last Known Address
It could speed up the trace of the person, by also providing the following:
- Names of Spouse or Partner
- Names of Any Children
How much does it cost to find someone?
Most tracing agents do what is called ‘no trace-no fee’ searches, some can charge hundreds of pounds. Whatever your problem, give us a call/email and we will have the solution for you.
We are FULLY notified as required by ICO under The Data Protection Act 1998. We have also recently found that we have been instructed by clients who have tried other ‘Tracing Agents’, but have reported back with negative results, whereas we have managed to find the person or persons in question!
What type of people do private investigators track down?
Here are a few of the types of people Alpha 1 Legal Services tracing agents can trace:-
- Missing Persons